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27 July 2014

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Linda Rodgers

Hey! Congratulations on your being the Queen of Clean! Well done.

rebekah

OMGosh!!! Looks just like real ice cream!!! Beautiful!

ColleenB. - Texas

Oh, Jaydee, your card is so sweet and love the way your done the scoops of ice cream. Totally Awesome my dear.
Now your pictures of your prairie flowers...........Gorgeous!; and what a great inspiration for making of a card. :} Love your photos.

Nice that my dear hubby is on vacation this week; but in a way not, cause I just can't seem to get anything done when he's home. I'm up early to catch up on my emails.

Keep them gorgeous photos coming.

Kelly W.

Hi Jaydee! Stunning ice cream cone! I can't believe the scoops aren't real, they look amazing!! I'd have to frame that for some Summer decor, it's just so cool.

Your prairie is so pretty. I love all the flowers you have and the graceful grasses. Your home is truly a retreat and helpful to the wildlife that abound in your back yard! Thanks ever so much for sharing these wonderful pictures.

Cindy Lovell

WOW!!! This card is amazing!!!!!! I just love the ice cream! Awesome!!
Thank you for joining us at FMS!!!
I love the prarie photos,looks great!!!

Jeanne

I too love your ice cream card! So yummy looking that I'm going to need to take the grands for ice cream today! And, Jaydee, thanks for sharing your lovely landscape to us in blogland. So beautiful. You are quite the picture-taker! Hugs!

Rita

I want to eat that! Wow! My kit comes today, but I don't think I'll create anything nearly as amazing. I'll have to go check out the video. :) Thanks for sharing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

Rach

I MUST get some embossing paste! Those ice cream scoops are incredible! :o)

I'm still thinking I should just turn my backyard into a prairie--yours is absolutely stunning! I've truly always dreamed of having a wildflower meadow and this is delightful! I'm telling you, the native critters made out like bandits when you and Lou moved in. :o)

Hugs!

P.S. Hi Lou!

Marina

Jaydee:

May I have an scoop of pistachio flavor??? . . . it looks so goooooooooooooood!! yammy! yammy!

Good luck with the weeding . . . I do know what it means to weed for hours, but it is the best way to get rid of bad weeds.

I am already ordering my Spring bulbs . . . will pick them up in October.

Your place looks so beautiful . . . enjoy it!!

Much love.

Marina . . . from far Africa.

Susan Powell

I love your card!!! I'm eagerly awaiting the arrival of my embossing paste and stamp set that has an ice cream cone - should be here this week. Your card makes me even more eager to play with it when it gets here.

Margaret

The prairie photos are just gorgeous--seeing your natural landscaping and wetlands makes me happy, and your bird and other animal photos give me that aw-w*deep relaxing sigh* feeling. Love your cards, too. I don't take the time to tell you how much I love your blog, but I just have to stop today and say it!

KarrenJ

You did a fabulous job with your ice cream - it looks so real! The whole card is drop dead gorgeous! Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Linda Rodgers

That ice cream couldn't look any more real. Perfection!

Your prairie just keeps on getting more beautiful. I'm curious about how your neighbours react to your 'different' rather unusual approach to landscaping. Having had the experience of a local school changing their front yard into a nature conservancy and having the some vocal villagers manage to get the school board and municipality bulldoze it down and return it to manicured grass, I'm familiar with opposition to a natural approach.

Linda Callahan

Wowza! This is one fabulous card! Love everything about it!

Sandy M

How cute! I love how you created the ice cream, makes we want to touch it! Love the prairie look to your yard, too. So lovely.

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